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- Happy Birthday Jimi Hendrix!
- Skip Spence Song to be Featured on This Week’s Season Finale of Hell on Wheels!
- New Remains Website!
- Waylon Jennings The Lost Recordings – Hi Fi News October LP of the Month!
- The Throwaway Age – Hi-Fi News August LP of the Month!
- Michael Fennelly Record Release Autograph Session at Music Millennium!
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Jack Rabid of The Big Takeover magazine features the Left Banke performing live on his latest “Rabid in the Kennel” podcast: “This week/month on the “Rabid in the Kennel” sessions: it’s New York’s ’60s legends The Left Banke! Wow! Doing (live … Continue reading
THE VELVET UNDERGROUND Singles 1966—69 7 x 7″ Single Box Set – $44.98 Sundazed is proud to release The Velvet Underground Singles 1966—69, a 7 x 7″ single box set honoring the legendary New York combo’s 7″ vinyl output in … Continue reading
Platter Chatter: 2131 South Michigan Avenue: 60′s Garage & Psychedelia from USA and Destination Records
VARIOUS ARTISTS 2131 South Michigan Avenue: 60′s Garage & Psychedelia from USA and Destination Records Sundazed once again arrives to the rescue with an exhaustive dive into the pure, undiluted garage side of USA and Destination Records; tapping into everything … Continue reading
MOBY GRAPE The Place and the Time While 1967′s Moby Grape is widely acknowledged as a classic (and one of rock’s greatest debut albums), the subsequent Wow, Moby Grape ’69 and Truly Fine Citizen are all underrated gems with much … Continue reading
WE THE PEOPLE Too Much Noise Garage fans agree: We The People’s raging, tough-as-nails punk tracks “Mirror of Your Mind” and “You Burn Me Up and Down” rate among the era’s best. Sourced from the original analog masters, here are … Continue reading
Chocolate Watch Band No Way Out Sundazed is totally stoked to announce the reissue of the first two albums by the Chocolate Watch Band, high on everyone’s list as one of the most exciting garage bands ever. No Way Out … Continue reading